Lesson l/Learning Event 1
c. After the negative has been processed, the problem of producing a
positive picture of the subject remains.
This third step in the
photographic process is called PRINTING.
To print a photograph, light is
passed through the negative to exposure the emulsion on light-sensitive
photographic paper. The paper reacts to the light in the same manner as the
film did. Now all that needs to be done is to process the paper (fig 1-3).
3. The photographic process described so far has been simplified.
Photography is an art and a science. How well you perform these steps will
determine the quality of the photograph.